A writer’s imaginary friends

Many writers have unhappy, if not traumatic, childhoods and 
progress from the imaginary friends created from despair and 
solitude to the characters we give a voice to in our books.
As an author I can identify with this article in the Guardian.
http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2011/oct/28/jeanette-winterson-all-about-my-mother



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